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alexander wants to snoop on america? i think that demeans the whole political dialogue and that's why i wish the president would be more outgoing and defend the n.s.a. a lot more than he did. this has really bane sland or the thousand of good men and women who every day dedicate their thrives our country and particularly general alexander, who is as patriotic as anyone i have ever met in government or
the great progress of the past 50 years in america that allows him to be president, that how much hard work we have to come. and it will end up being a speech about economic justice, not just freedom. >> pelley: now we were looking, of course, at the black and white pictures of the day in 1963. there are a quarter of a million people, it is estimated, on the national mall on that day. certainly today there are fewer people at this eventment but a very large crowd, nonetheless here to hear, here to listen to the president who will be speaking in just another moment. the official title of the event in 1963 was the march on washington for jobs and freedom. jobs was the number one thing on that list. and the president today is expected to talk about that, that a great deal of progress has been made in terms of the rights of all americans and the legal rights of all americans. but that in terms of the economy and jobs, not enough progress has been made. it's an interesting point that about three times more african-americans live below the poverty level than white americans. and that was the same
was its impact on the real washington-- that is, the washington that governs the united states of america? in the lead, martin luther king, the man hailed today above all the others. >> i still have a dream. it is a dream deeply rooted in the american dream. i have a dream. >> schieffer: today, we'll talk about king's dream and the state of race relations with some prominent american american leaders, including former secretary of state colin powell, and legendary civil rights leader, georgia congressman, john lewis, who was with king that day. plus we'll hear general powell's advice to the president on the crisis in the middle east. >> in both egypt and syria, america has to take a much more-- much more clever role. >> schieffer: we'll also talk about the situation in syria with jack reed and michael mccaul. it's all ahead on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning, again. tens of thousands turned out in washington yesterday to mark the 50th anniversary of the march. we'll begin today wit
u-s-a for the americas cup. emirates team new zealand -- seen here with the red sail -- bt italy's luna rossa challengr the louis vuitton cup this >>> good evening. the peewees will go for the america's cup. playing new zealand. kpix5 don kna about pp is at pier 27 with a look at the day in sailing. don? >>> fog is just part of the game here. today, a boat emerged from the fog. >> reporter: it was not wind but fog that challenged the teams for the america's cup. >> it is just all of our hopes and dreams. we get to go on and go through to the end. bring home the cup. >> reporter: the wind hits the summer that saw a team member killed and a capsizing of the swiss boat over a debate for the change for rutters for safety that some said will handicap their boats. it was tossed by an international sailing jury. despite criticism, fans defended the billionaire's sport. >> i can not imagine a prettier place. people are enjoying it. i think it is a great deal for the sport. >> just three super high-tech 72 foot catamarans competed. and today new zealand became the challenger. >> the win
advances to america's cup finals. >>> good evening. >>> tonight, that wildfire near yosemite rages on while firefighters are slowing the advance of the northern area of the park. flames are jumping from treetop to treetop. 225 square miles burned and the fire is only 7% contained. and, now, we are learning it has burned a family camp owned by the city of berkeley. the extent of the damage is unclear at this point. the camp was evacuated last tuesday along with other camps in the area. >>> it has been seven-days since the rim fire first broke out. today, a firefighter, who is on the fire lines, weighed in on the outlook. how long could it be before the entire fire is put out? >> i think 100%, dead out is going to be the wintertime. >> months. >> months. >> cbs reporter, brown, shows us how firefighters are scrambling to work with the fire. >> reporter: they focus on the west side. winds 20 miles per hour spreading the flames sunday afternoon. >> knowing exactly where it is going to go with the wind is unpredictable. the fire teams are waiting nearby to protect homes just in case this iratti
team oracle usa for the america's cup next month. this will be new zealand's fifth appearance in the last six america's cup races. >>> reporter: san francisco fog might dampen an airshow or fireworks but it's just part of the game for the sailing teams competing to race oracle for the america's cup. new zealand whisked out of the fog to defeat italy's luna rossa team. >> we mean to go on and do the whole deal at the end, you know. we want to bring home the cup. >> reporter: the win caps a tumultuous summer that saw artemis team member andrew simpson killed. followed by a fierce debate over a physical change to rudders for safety that some teams said would hinder the boats. the alteration was tossed out. despise criticism of the america's cup as an overbehind billionaire's sport, bay area sailing fans flocked to watch and defend the races. >> absolutely. i can't think of a prettier venue and the fact that they are still racing the 45s after this is over, i think the excitement is there and people are really enjoying it and i think that's doing a great deal for the sport. >> rep
country to another. >> do you understand americas have been saying we can no longer back this government. >> i can understand why you would be worried and concerned about the loss of life. i can't understand how you can be silent about the terrorism. i know your values, i lived in america. your silence is appalling in comparison what you stand up for your country. >> the country will investigate whether security forces have used excessive force in the past week but protesters have attacked government buildings, churches and hospitals. >> we can debate whether there was restraint or not. do you really want to stand up and say shooting, burning a hospital isn't terrorism. >> at the same time are you willing to accept the security forces fired into crowds. >> into targets, into crowds, i'm sure they did. fired into targets in crowded areas, i'm sure they did. but they were targeting particular issues and people. >> the other people in the crowd were collateral damage. >> they were also shooting from inside the crowd. >> every night on egyptian tv you see nothing but videos allegedly showing
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% of the time. >>> it will be in new zealand for the showdown for the america's cup. the deciding race of the cup today. the victory makes team new zealand the challenger for the u.s. for the 54th america's cup. it is the 5th time in the past americaa's cups that new zealand will be in the final match up. >>> sprinting out in the open while being ambushed. not one to take credit an army sergeant with bay area ties gets the highest military honor. why he said it is important. >>> and something smells a little fish nethis area of san rafael, no, really, it stinks. i will tell you what it is and why nothing has been done about it. >>> drizzle and sizzle this afternoon. good evening, everybody. the back to work and back to school forecast as the news continues on kpix five ,,,,,, 'til labor day to reward yourself! get 48 months interest-free financing on the entire tempur-pedic cloud collection. not to labor the point... but this sale won't last long! ♪ mattress discounters! he stench coming f >>> well, people living in one neighborhood are saying enough is enough. they can not take the
america's credibility, deter the future use of chemical weapons and, critically, be a part of our broader policy and strategy. in the senate republican john mccain said now is the time for more and better weapons to be sent to the rebels. the top republican on the arms services committee said he cannot support a strike without more information about costs and purpose. more than 100 lawmakers in the house from both parties have told president obama he must come to them to seek congressional authorization before launching a strike. >> major garrett, thanks. this morning, the u.n. secretary-general asked the west to wait until his weapons inspectors have finished looking for proof of a chemical attack. holly williams is at the turkey/syria border. holly, good morning to you. >> good morning, anthony and gayle. here on the syrian border most of the syrian refugees we've spoken to would welcome u.s. strikes against the regime. many of them have been fighting against the government in the country's civil war. inside syria, there are many people who still support th
're feeling dissed. they're wonder yg he's treating america so roughly. my own sense of it we were discussing before is that i think putin is doing this because he can. because he judges us now to be a country in some difficulties, in some trouble. it's not all his relationship with obama. it's his sense of who america is, and it's his 50-year-old resentment for what america has been. so i think we're in a rough time, and my own sense is if you make america stronger, you will make it stronger in the world and people will be less eager to snub you in colorful ways. >> schieffer: but, you know, david this is almost like-- it's kind of following a kind of high school scenario here. here you have putin sort of-- sort of taking on the role of hugo chavez. i mean, nobody thought venezuela posed any kind of threat to the united states, but shavedz apparently thought he could really make his place in the world by poking his finger in the eye of the giant. and it seems like russia which doesn't have much going now except oil revenues, and of course they do have nuclear weapons -- i don't think anybody
has filed a civil lawsuits against bank of america. it claims the megabank defrauded its investors on $850 million worth of mortgage- backed securities. the government filed a suit in the federal court in charlotte, north carolina. >>> accusations against california mayor are sordid and now a female marine is the 11th marine to accuse him of sexual harassment. >> i don't appreciate being used as a bargaining chip to fulfill his sexual desires. >> that is katherine raggazino, an iraq war veteran. she said she and her nurse met with san diego mayor bob filner to ask for his help dealing with the veterans administration. the woman says the mayor seemed to be willing to help but only for a price. >> it was extremely disturbing to me that it made it very clear that his expectation was that his help for katherine depended on my willingness to go to dinner with him, spend personal time with him and be seen in public with him. >> the mayor began intensive counseling this week to address his behavior. but so far, he has refused to step down. >>> cindy sheehan plans to run for governor next
in the race. the reception for the swedish team back in the america's cup competition after a tragic accident on the bay. >>> a new threat of carmageddon. the events that will make it difficult with traffic. >>> beautiful sky out there. the only thing that's missing is summer. when are we going to warm up? the answer in my forecast, next. >>> we also believe that stoley is more interested in its profit than in protecting gay people. >> as unusual protest over russian's vodka with the spirit -- what the spirit of the demonstration was all about. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse
to abide by a yearly cap on how much you can be charged for your out of pocket expenses. no one in america should go broke because of an illness. ( applause ) >> reporter: the white house defended its decision pointing out that next year's out of pocket pharmacy costs, even at $6,350, is still a good deal for patients. right now there are no protections on drug costs, a spokesman told cbs news. this $6,350 cap is still a massive protection for consumers. the administration relaxed these out of pocket caps after large corporate employers asked for more time to comply with the law. the administration hassles exempted large employers from the mandate to cover all its workers. scott, advocates for patients eee a pattern where the white house is now listening more to business than to patients in the drive to put this law in place. >> pelley: wyatt, thanks. this is just the latest in a series of delays in putting the health care law into effect. earlier the administration delayed medicare cuts until after the 2012 election. it delayed until 2015 the employer mandate which will require employers
was filled with speech about race in america and one man's dream. >> reporter: today, the national mall looked a lot like it did 50 years ago as a new generation joins civil rights icons. >> we cannot go back. we've come too far. >> reporter: and the everyday heroes of a nation's painful struggle for justice and equality for all. clifford lee was here in 1963. >> i was inspired then. i'm still inspired by that speech. >> i have a dream that one day this nation will rise up, live out the true meaning of its creed. >> reporter: king's "i have a dream" speech inspired a movement and tens of thousands of people have come from across the nation to honor his vision. congressman john lewis says that vision includes everyone. >> it doesn't matter whether we're black or white, latino, asian, american, or native american, it doesn't matter whether we are straight or gay. we are one people. >> reporter: many came on buses, leaving home in the early morning hours to retrace the steps of this historic march. >> we're here to pay homage to that moment in time, but also to carry that forward. >> repor
up near transit hubs in popular destinations. the cost will be $9 a day. >>> it was one of america's darkest days in afghanistan. >> but in the middle of an unwinnable battle, the bay area soldier refused to give up. today, an entire nation recognized his heroism. >> they sensed me. they heard me. they saw me. i don't know what happened. >> close encounter captured on camera. why this kayaker says whales are a lot more graceful than they look. >> lots of clouds to start but lots of sunshine to finish. and temperatures responded. 80s for san ramon and fairfield. we had 70s in berkeley. a live look outside right now showings you the blue sky. but we have a change coming up in the forecast. and the timing is pretty interesting as we head toward the holiday. i'll have that for you coming up. >> and it's a fresh take on the fabled golden apple. >> they tag, then tag again. graffiti artists go on a wild spree in the south bay. and nothing is off limits. but that's exactly what may get them caught. who is setting a trap for the very tempting target? tonight at 6:00 on kpix 5. k, it means
tonight reveals how much america is changing on race. and memories of the march from the foot soldiers who were there. icons of civil rights on what is left to be done. >> the future is in your hands, in your heart, in your mind. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley reporting tonight from washington. ing tonight from wash >> pelley: good evening. today the president commemorated one momentous event-- the march on washington-- as he contemplated another: a possible military strike on syria. we're going to start tonight with the 50th anniversary of the march and dr. martin luther king's i have a dream speech. president obama stood as dr. king did at the lincoln memorial and addressed a crowd of thousands gathered on the national mall. he paid tribute to those who had marched a half century earlier demanding jobs and freedom. >> on the battlefield of justice men and women without rank or wealth or title or fame would liberate us all in ways that our children now take for granted. as people of all colors and creeds live together and learn together and wa
. >>> next round of the america's cup where they stand in the semifinal races. >> a home ownership is, you know, the quintessential element of the american dream. >> how the housing market takes center stage in the president's southern california tour. >> and leaden overcast in the bay area giving way to a peak of sunshine out there. the numbers warmer than yesterday and we are beginning a warm trend. i'll explain what that is, it's been so long, after a break coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, online interview with the he buying website, zillow. "homeownership is the quintessential element of t >>> the president is continuing his tour of southern california and participating in an online interview with the home buying website sill low. ska home ownership is the quintessential american dream. so what we did was throw everything we could at helping homeowners who had seen their houses go under water. >> citizens around the country submitted questions about the housing market through social media. it was also a chance for mr. obama to emphasize his plan to strengthen the middle class. next on his
: they are demanding the end of u.s. government support for the military of america's largest ally. a designer says his brother-in- law was killeded there. >> we have another friend who lost his partner who was a entrepreneur and founder of a company here and another friend that lost two cousins. >> reporter: numbers are climbing towards 1,000. when they were trying to issue a certificate of death we ran into a lot of hassles because they wanted to commit suicide. others are saying he died, avoid writing he was shot in his chest. >> reporter: the u.s. is vague in how they refer to the situation in egypt, going to great pains not to call it a military coo who they say it is. >> reporter: don knapp. thank you. >> they want us to know it does not always look like this but those who live there want us to know about oakland. >>> and this is more than just a bunch of people playing games, what is behind the ping- pong area game ,,,,,,,,,,,, oakland. people shooting each other -- making it seem like it's all out war on the streets. yes, there have be shootings in oakland this weekend that l >>> sweeps like
shocked the world and many here in america are calling for the u.s. military to intervene. >> we cannot afford to sit back and wait. we certainly can't wait for the united nations. >> reporter: even if chemical weapons use is found, there's no guarantee the u.n. will act against the syrian government. china and russia are syrian allies and both have security council veto power. >> we have to verify that it was directed by the assad government. >> reporter: on "face the nation" a democratic senator says u.s. intervention must be part of a wider response. >> this has to be an international operation. it can't be just an american approach. it has to have the support militarily and politically. >> reporter: reed says the conflict must be settled by syrians not foreign powers. a sentiment echoed by former secretary of state colin powell. >> these are internal struggles. and the parties inside those countries are going to have to sort it out amongst themselves. >> reporter: a senior white house official said sunday president obama has not yet decided how to respond. susan mcginnis, cbs news,
. and this was a six-year-old when he came to america. this is him now. elaine quijano on how an afghan boy got his childhood back. uijaw captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. this is the "cbs evening news" wi >> schieffer: good evening. scott's on assignment. i'm bob schieffer. three young women were held captive for a decade in a dilapidated cleveland house where they were repeatedly raped and abused. but ariel castro, the man who pleaded guilty to the crime, said today it was everybody's fault but his and claimed the women were actually happy. judge michael russo was not convinced. he sentenced castro to life in prison without parole, plus 1,000 years. dean reynolds is at the courthouse. >> reporter: a shackled ariel castro scanned the courtroom today for a familiar face. there was at least one, michelle knight, one of the three women he imprisoned in his home fair decade of sexual and emotional brutality. she told the court and castro what it was like living in that house with its windows boarded up, trip alarms on the doors, the heavy chains, the pole th
? >> every police department in america does it. the challenge is to do it constitutionally. >> why police in oakland are paying very close attention to a federal court ruling in new york. >> we heard some shaking and some running and down the hall and next thing i know, people are yelling get out, get out. >> vacationing families forced out of bed as a sinkhole swallows their resort. >> first time in a long time our temperatures are not sinking. they are actually going back up. we hit the 80s today in places like alamo and sunnyvale, suisun city at 82. still chilly at the coast. find out how much longer temperatures will continue to rise in myself day forecast coming up. >>> and get ready to fork over more green for your green. why east coasters are rating california's salad bowl. ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's american ingenuity to find new roads. ♪ the 2013 v
't understand how you can be silent about the terrorism, because i know your values. i have lived in america. and your silence is abhorrent in comparison to what you stand up for in your own country. >> reporter: he said the government intends to investigate whether its security forces used excessive force in the past week, but he insisted protesters have attacked government buildings, churches and hospitals. >> we can debate whether there was restraint or not, and we will differ, but do you really want to stand up and say burning hospitals isn't terrorism? >> reporter: at the same time, are you willing to accept the security forces fired into crowds? >> fired into targets into crowds, i'm sure they did, fired into targets in crowded areas, i'm sure they did, but they were targeting particular issues and people, particular threats. >> reporter: and that the other people in the crowd were collateral damage? >> there was also shooting from inside the crowd. >> reporter: every night on egyptian television, you see nothing but videos allegedly showing people carrying guns in these muslim brother
worked himself to death. >> the america's cup known more for its accidents but finally a breakthrough on the bay. what the racing teams did for the first time today. ,,,, goodnight. thanks, olivia. thank you. so you can make a payment from your cell to almost anyone's phone or email. (speaking french) so you can express your gratitude... in the moment. chase quickpay. so you can. female narrator: the mattress price wars are on the mattress price wars are on at sleep train. we challenged the manufacturers to offer even lower prices. now it's posturepedic versus beautyrest with big savings of up to $400 off. serta icomfort and tempur-pedic go head-to-head with three years' interest-free financing. plus, free same-day delivery, set-up, and removal of your old set. when brands compete, you save. mattress price wars are on now at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ security guard. kpix five's cate cauguiran on the encou earlier this morning that led to a >>> a man breaking into parked cars in san jose did not count on running into an off-duty security guard. kpix 5'
but during a holli's tour of america in 1966, everything changed for nash when he met and sang with david crosby and steven stills sdmri heard something that moved my soul, you know, for me to move my entire live. >> in 1968, na sh left the hollis at home and country to form crosby, still & nash in america. >> i certainly don't have a favorite. i grew up with the hollis and came of age with daefd and steven. >> today at age 71, nash hasn't slowed down. his creativity comes in many forms besides music. >> it was incredibly decadent, incredibly great, chaotic, crazy. it was a crazy time. >> crazy times he captured on sam ra and now at exchange. >> this is a shot of steven here in -- in the city. >> now, he calls hawaii home when he's not on tour. >> did i think it was going to last 40-odd years? not a shot. am i glad it did? absolutely. >> in san francisco, linda yee, kpix. >> graham nash is in the rock and roll hal of fame, twice. once for being in the hollis, once for being in crosby, stills and nash. photographs will be on display at the san francisco art exchange through september. >>>
is on the scene. >> a tragic battle ends for a florida boy with rare brain eating amoeba. >> and captain america, jeff glor interviews an american soccer superstar who has left the european stage to come play at home. >> looking forward to getting back to doing a little bit mor syria today agreed to a cease-fire to allow the inspectors to work. 355 people died on the outskirts of damascus wednesday from what appears to be a chemicalave two reports, first to holly williams in london. >> reporter: the breakthrough came 24 hours after the u.n.'s high representative for disarmament affairs angela kane arrived in damascus. syrian state tv announced that the government, which denies using chemical weapons, will allow u.n. weapons inspectors to start their investigation tomorrow. there's mounting evidence that there was a chemical strike against civilians. scores of internet videos show people convulsing and foaming at the nose and mouth. the syrian opposition claims hundreds of people were killed. but in the videos, none of the dead have any obvious injuries. that is all consistent with the use of a n
cover story. >> asian carp, mussels from europe, burmese pythons. they're more than making it in america. >> wow. reporter: their numbers are exploding with devastating results. >> and when scientists look into the future, they see the potential for many more damaging species. >> reporter: you make it sound like we're under attack everywhere. >> we are under attack everywhere. >> reporter: invasive species, the natural order completely up in the air. later on sunday morning. >> osgood: actor brian cranston seems to have found just the right formula for a varied and successful career. this morning he'll be walking lee cowan through it step by step. >> from jerry seinfeld's debatist. >> all right. it is cavity time. >> reporter: to the dad in malcolm in the middle. being a work-a-day actor is all he ever wanted. but now brian cranston has fans addicted to a meth-making high school chemistry teacher. >> i wanted to do some good work. and what happened was beyond my wildest dreams. >> reporter: the not so bad life of "breaking bad"'s brian cranston ahead on sunday morning. >> osgood: singer
-americanism is at the moment. the government is whipping up that essential fervor saying america supports the muslim brotherhood. i would say, where do you see america supporting the muslim brotherhood? we're sort of tacitly supporting what you've been doing by not coming out more strongly against it. >> clarissa, you've been in egypt, you're not there now, but because you're here in the u.s. to receive an award. >> it's not an award, it's an honorary degree, a doctor of letters from middlebury college. i'm giving the commencement speech at the language school which is exciting because -- >> join the club, join the club, well deserved. >> thank you so much. >>> "the washington post" is reporting the national security agency broke privacy rules and overstepped its authority thousands of times since 2008. that's when congress granted the nsa broad new powers. most was observations of americans inside the u.s. coming from an audit and other documents provided by nsa leaker edward snowden. cbs news national correspondent juan zarate has more on this. "the post" says these range from significant violatio
for the kiwis. team new zealand advances to the america's cup fines. >> smells like sewage, rotten eggs, fishy. >> the stench coming from a dried-up lagoon and it's a stinky problem in one bay area community. >> the united nations team will begin a factfinding mission monday to determine if poisonous gases were used. >> hundreds of civilians killed in syria after suspected chemical weapons attacks. the investigation to figure out whether it was really poisonous gas. >> president obama has asked the defense department to prepare options. >> reporter: from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good morning. monday has arrived. it's august 26. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:00. we're following several developing stories as you wake up this morning. the bay bridge closes in just two days to put the finishing touches on the new eastern span before it opens to the public. the five-day closure begins wednesday night so other bay area bridges and roads will get crowded.
kill list. >> jihad against america is binding upon myself, just as it is binding on every other able muslim. >> logan: he had become the operational leader of al qaeda in yemen and was in the midst of planning more attacks. morten storm was one of the few people awlaki trusted. what he didn't know was that storm had become a double agent. ♪ ♪ >> pelley: this looks like an arena concert, but it's a private party for the super- rich. the robin hood foundation's annual fund-raiser seats 4,000. >> brothers and sisters of robin hood... >> pelley: billionaires, stars and athletes are here to lay credit cards at the feet of paul tudor jones. >> the risk is not doing it. >> pelley: so, what is this modern-day robin hood doing with all this money? that's our story tonight. >> simon: this is called lung packing, and william truebridge is doing it to attempt something known as a free dive, going down more than 400 feet, longer than a football field, on a single breath. he carries no weights, but he'll go down quickly. at 70 feet, he'll lose buoyancy and will be pulled by gravity alone. med
the hour. here's a look at the weather for your weekend. >>> coming up made in america. manufacturing may be on the rebound in this country. a new documentary shows us how far we've come and how far we still have to go. >>> and later, testing, testing. why a new post-college exam may be more important to prospective employers than your gpa. you're watching "cbs this morning saturday." a7 >>> coming up, we'll take you inside what looks like growing health prices for american women, the results of too much stress, too much alcohol, and too many prescription painkillers. they say the group that is the most stressed out right now, middle-aged women. they have too many things on their plate. >> the numbers are really startling here. we're going to talk to phillips about why that's happening and what people can do about it. that's ahead. >> an important dialogue. stay with us. >> yeah. we'll be right back. this is "cbs this morning" saturday. goodnight. thanks, olivia. thank you. so you can make a payment from your cell to almost anyone's phone or email. (speaking french)
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. there's not enough people to come help work on the farm. >> jesus moved to america when he was 9 years old. now 22, he says a lot of people ask him about his job. >> they say where am i working, what am i doing? i tell them that and they want to do it. >> farm workers can make around $14 an hour. some forman make 60 to $100,000 a year. the work is hard and people are scared to come to america because they don't know what to expect. >> they don't want to risk coming here and not knowing a lot of stuff. not knowing how to speak english or how it's going to be. >> even with the job less numbers showing millions are out of work, doesn't mean they want to work in agriculture. >> can't force people to work. >> farm workers are in such high demand. we're told some just stop coming to work when they find a farm that pays more money. >> a little boy with only a few weeks left to live. the special role he played. it guides you to a number that will change your life: your sleep number setting. it will give you the soundest sleep you've ever had. it's a bed so intuitive it even knows you by name.
. the back up continued for hours after that. some drivers ran out of gas adding to that gridlock. >> america's cup racing is scheduled on san francisco bay. the racing team will be competing for the first time since may. race against italy's challenge at 1:15. the skipper says the team is just beginning to train on their new boat. >>> other bay area headlines now. the man accused of stripping naked and harassing people in san francisco has been ordered to stand trial. 24-year-old faces charges. a bart employee says the defendant ran naked threw the 16th street mission statement and kicked people and did acrobatic moves. >>> get together and take a stance against crime. among the many bay area communities taking part. 37 million people in 15,000 commutes participate in this national night out. >> coming up, a town hall attack opens fire killing three. how he was finally brought down by his own gun. >>> also ahead. >> basically did it as a joke. >> just cruel or criminal? what this man is accused of trying to sell on craigslist. >> a delivery truck tumbling from an expressway. >> we'll show yo
the united states of america. >> still u.s. officials think it's safe to reopen 18 of the 19 embassies closed last week. and there is rare bipartisan agreement that taking the action in response to the threat was the right decision. >> any time an american is put at risk in the world or our homeland we have to deal with it. we have to be cautious. >> i agree, the intelligence that i saw here was at least as powerful as anything i've seen since 9/11. >> reporter: the u.s. consulate in lahore, pakistan remains closed. it was shut down on thursday due to a separate credible threat, jeff. >> jeff: jeff pegues, thank you. >> its father of nsa leaker edward snowden said today he's obtained a visa to visit his son in russia. lon snowden said he would like his son to return to the u.s., but only if he can be assured of getting a fair trial on charges of espionage. >> at this point when you consider many of the statements paid by our leader, leaders in congress, they are absolutely irresponsible and inconsistent with our system of justice. they have poisoned the well, so to speak, in terms of a potent
and exposed a critical gap in drug safety in america. >> as commissioner of the fta then, you can't tell us that every drug being used in the united states is safe and effective. >> no. i really can't. >> you can see the whole story tonight on "60 minutes" right after this newscast. >>> showers back in the forecast. it is true. we will talk about it as the news continues right here with the pinpoint forecast on k about pix-5 -- on kpix5. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, office with more than 30 min in ticket sales. it was enough to beat three newcomers... including the jennifer ani >>> the science fiction thriller topped the box office with $30 million in ticket stills. it beat "we're the millers" that came in 2nd place. "planes" landed in 3rd place with $22 million if sales. the latest jackson movie and denzel washington action comedy "2 guns" rounded out the top 5. >> ladies, if you spent a good deal of time in heels you know it can be painful but this looks like torture. check it out. 100 women running in a 100 meter race. in 95 degree heat in theu crane. the racer s had to wear heels. the winner won a
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sailors ended up in the water in the america's cup race. >> and we'll have the weather outlook as the news continues. and good evening. this landmark is reduced to rubble. the tower was brought town today after 42 years, the admin building was too unsafe. >> today's demolition wasn't about taking down an old building. we talked to people who are fond of the iconic building. ryan? >> and for years, this was a decade for the city and for campus. now look at the building. it is -- it looks like a ruin, but school officials say that it went in as planned. >> before we show you-all of warren hall's fall. forgive rob warren as he gets sentimental. his grandfather bred cal state hayward. >> people who came to cal state or grew up in the area, it's a real icon. >> my kids waited to see it blow up. >> the building meant more than she realized. >> it towered over campus, pirched on top of a hill. >> we would watch it all the way until you couldn't see it any more. i think that's where it kind of hit me. i hate crying. >> from childhood. >> warren all had to go. it was the worst earthquake hazard in
it is common for sharks to appear this time of year. >>> what is with all the accidents at the america's cup? a technology so new it's tripping up experienced say lores. >> my wife cannot sleep. client all day. >>> burglars brutally attack a mother at home with her children. how her attempt to get help set off those intruders. >> crunch time for the p workers working on the new bay bridge. we get a sneak peek of what you new commute will look like. >>> and, how apple plans to bring a little glitz to the new iphone. p ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, a live look now at two big countdowns: first: the entire bridge will close int eight days... so crews can >>> first cars hit the fresh pavement of the new bay bridge soon. now a look at two cantons. first, the entire bridge will close in eight days so crews can finish up work on the new span. that mean there is is only 13 days until the grand open. kpix 5's ken bastida gives us a look at crunch time of the new $6 billion bridge. >> i would say there is nervous energy, but everyone is very confident this work is going to be getting done. >> it has been a long and s
about commercial establishments like fast food places that are identified with america. and remembering some attacks in places like southeast asia years ago i would probably think about going to places like discos, nightclubs that are associated with american culture. but i wouldn't change my travel plans significantly. >> glor: what can the united states do to head off these threats in your estimation. >> there's only one thing america can do about this. americans when they think about terrorism think about plots. plots against embassies, plots against airlines. the counter terrorism business is about people. the only way to stop plots is to stop people what america can do is to find the operatives who are responsible for this and capture them or kill them. those are the only ways to stop plots. if you stop plots without stopping people, you don't succeed. >> jeff: philip mudd, thank you very much. >> sure, thank you. >> jeff: senators john mccain and lindsay graham arrive in egypt tomorrow trying to broker a settlement between supporters of ousted president morsi and the military back
to see if america's cup sailing was ever going to gel with bay area spectators, and it sort of did begin to gel with spectators. >> let's hear the team. >> with just eight days of training on their new boat, the artemis team was back in the race for the america's cup trying to put behind them for now, at least, the heart break of losing teammate andrew simpson in an accident that struck their first boat in may. the winner of four of seven races will race new zealand. that winner will race for the artemis cup. >> you for sweden? >> no. i am just so thrill they are out. i am so excited -- thrilled they are on the bay. i am so excited for these guys. the. >> the races have not drawn the predicted crowds. >> a lot of people aren't into sailing, for one thing. >> here at the finish line, there was lots of space for spectators free of charge. >> it was a little disappointing that we don't quite have the turnout everybody expected. >> it is, yeah. this is the first time the race has been close enough people can watch them from shore. these are going to be great. >> martin and his family, touris
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clear once again that america is not interested in spying on ode people. our intelligence is focused above all on finding the information that's necessary to protect our people and in many cases protect our allies. it's true. we have significant capabilities. what's also true is we show a restraint that many governments around the world don't even think to do. refuse to show. and that includes, by the way, some of america's most vocal critics. we shouldn't forget the difference between the ability of our government to collect information on-line under strict guidelines and for narrower purposes, and the willingness of some other governments to throw their own citizens in prison for what they say on-line. and let me close with one additional thought. the men and women of our intelligence community work every single day to keep us safe because they love this country, and believe in our values. they're patriots. and i believe that those who have lawfully raised their voices on behalf of privacy and civil liberties are also patriots who love our country and want it to live up to our high
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of america's pastime. major league baseball announces plans to expand instant replay on the field. >>> and it's two pounds of fur and fangs. scientists introduce a new species yis to the world. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, august 15th, 2013. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin in egypt where the muslim brotherhood is calling for nationwide protests today. hundreds were killed wednesday when security forces moved in on morsi supporters and the violence that followed. this morning the government authorized the use of deadly force against protessers who target police and public building. jericka duncan has more. >> reporter: the potential for violence and even more deaths is high today in egypt as both sides have called for demonstrations after friday prayers. the death toll for wednesday clashes has officially surpassed 600, and it continues to rise. some funerals are already being held, but so many people were killed the week that families are struggling to even claim the bodies of their loved ones. there is concern among many in the internationa
realized their enduring legacy. >> he was america's moral compass pointing us to the north star of our decency. >> an event tomorrow night at usf will honor dr. jones who is now 82 years old. it will also mark the 50th anniversary of the speech in washington d.c. next week and an event that president obama is set to attend. >> an amazing story. i've never heard that parted of it before. i have heard that he had -- part of it before. i have heard that he had used the phrase i have a dream in prior speeches, but he didn't plan on using it that time. >> absolutely. it was a huge audience and before that few people nationwide had heard him speak. so some of his advisors actually said don't use i have a dream. it's too cliche, but he made the decision in the end on the podium. >> thanks to a woman in part. thank you. eports >>> well, for the very first time we are hearing from prince william talking about being a new dad. alfonso van marsh reports from london the legacy the prince wants to pass on to his son. >> reporter: prince william and his wife kate are sharing these new family photos
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in america, and the first peep show workers who belong to a union. the lusties have always been about self-empowerment. >> we learned a lot while we were here. i'm a board member, and i started as a first-time stripper. >> but, now, they're being force today leave. the one of a kind san francisco quirky landmark has had trouble competing with internet porn as well as rising costs. it's the same building owner who recently battled against another north beach landmark, the same guy who now owns all the rest of the strip joints in north beach, all of them. >> we are the only one, and now it's over. >> union shop steward princess says they will have a big union meeting tomorrow to talk about benefits to see if there are pensions for the workers. she's also planning a big good-bye celebration for september 1st. >> next sunday night when we're all on stage and that last song plays and i walk off stage and turn off that light switch. >> i'm really sad, but i'm gonna do this with style and grace, let's say. i think we're gonna just hold our heads high, be dignified and say, "thank you, san francis
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